Lash Lamination​


Lash Lamination treatment in HSR Layout | Splendore Aesthetic

Lash Lamination

Lash lamination is a cosmetic procedure that involves curling and elevating the lashes to improve their look. The method employs a perm solution and specialised equipment to straighten and shape the lashes, resulting in a longer, more defined appearance. With careful care, the benefits can last up to 6-8 weeks.


It is possible to divide the procedure into a handful of more manageable phases that are separate from one another. After making sure that the eyelashes are in the appropriate position with the use of a specialist roller, a number of different chemical solutions are then applied to the eyelashes one at a time. The first combination has an impact on keratin, which, in turn, causes the scales that cover the eyelashes to spread apart and become more apparent. This is because keratin is affected by the first mixture. On the other hand, the second composition causes the scales to close, which in the end ensures that the intended result will be achieved. Before continuing with the treatment, it is vital to wait an adequate amount of time between the application of the first composition and the application of the second composition. This is required in order to ensure that the treatment is effective. During this period of time, the master should offer to provide the patient with more therapeutic medications and should do so in a timely manner. After that, the eyelashes are given a hue that is complementary to their original shade.


Most frequent questions and answers

A client can have a lash lamination as soon as she would like to, we generally say a lift should last up to 6 weeks or more on some clients – however, the lash growth cycle must be taken into account.

The ingredients used in this popular cosmetic treatment can also make sensitive eyes cranky. “Chemicals are used which can cause serious reactions for some people, especially those with sensitive skin. The chemicals used can get into your eye causing serious irritation, burning, even blisters,

 yes! No matter what type of eyelashes you have, there’s no reason you shouldn’t be able to use mascara to enhance the lift that’s giving your lashes life. You just have to be careful about the type of mascara you use. Think of the process as something similar to hair treatment.

Wash the lower half of your face the way you usually do, and use a wet cotton pad to clean the area around your eyes and your forehead. From day 3, you can splash water on your eyes as much as you want – water can’t damage your lash lift anymore.